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Parts from Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3

Part Number : CM3

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The Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 (CM3) is a DDR2-SODIMM-mechanically-compatible System on Module (SoM) containing processor, memory, eMMC Flash and supporting power circuitry. The module allows a designer to leverage the Raspberry Pi hardware and software stack in their own custom systems and form factors. In addition the module has extra IO interfaces over and above what is available on the Raspberry Pi model A/B boards opening up more options for the designer.

The CM3 contains a BCM2837 processor (as used on the Raspberry Pi 3), 1GB LPDDR2 RAM and 4Gbytes eMMC Flash. Finally the CM3L product is the same as CM3 except the eMMC Flash is not fitted, and the SD/eMMC interface pins are available for the user to connect their own SD/eMMC device.

Note that the BCM2837 processor is an evolution of the BCM2835 processor (as used on the original Raspberry Pi and Raspberry Pi B+ models, as well as the first iteration of the Compute Module). The only real differences are that the BCM2837 can address more RAM (up to 1GB) and the ARM CPU complex has been upgraded from a single core ARM11 in BCM2835 to a Quad core Cortex A53 with dedicated 512KB L2 cache in BCM2837. All IO interfaces and peripherals stay the same and hence the two chips are largely software and hardware compatible.

The pinout of the CM3 is identical to that of the original Compute Module (CM1). Apart from the CPU upgrade and increase in RAM the other significant hardware differences to be aware of are that CM3 has grown from 30mm to 31mm in height, the VBAT supply can now draw significantly more power under heavy CPU load, and the HDMI HPD N 1V8 (GPIO46 1V8 on CM1) and EMMC EN N 1V8 (GPIO47 1V8 on CM1) are now driven from an IO expander rather than the processor. If a designer of a CM1 product has a suitably specified VBAT, can accomodate the extra 1mm module height increase and has followed the design rules with respect to GPIO46 1V8 and GPIO47 1V8 then a CM3 should work fine in a board designed for a CM1. 

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OV5647

Part Number : OV5647

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Raspberry Pi Camera Board: Omnivision OV5647 Color CMOS QSXGA (5-megapixel) Image Sensor with OmniBSI Technology

7" Touchscreen Display

Part Number : 7" Touchscreen Display

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The 7 Touchscreen Monitor for Raspberry Pi gives users the ability to create all-in-one, integrated projects such as tablets, infotainment systems and embedded projects. The 800 x 480 display connects via an adapter board which handles power and signal conversion

IMX219

Part Number : IMX219

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8 Megapixel Camera Board: Sony IMX219 is a diagonal 4.60mm (Type 1/4.0) CMOS active pixel type image sensor with a square pixel array and 8.08M effective pixels. This chip operates with three power supplies, analogue 2.8V, digital 1.2 V, and IF 1.8 V, and has low power consumption. High sensitivity, low dark current, and no smear are achieved through the adoption of R, G, and B primary color pigment mosaic filters. This chip features an electronic shutter with variable charge-storage time.

Raspberry Pi Zero W

Part Number : Raspberry Pi Zero W

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Five years to the day since the launch of the Raspberry Pi (which sold a hundred thousand units in the first day), the Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced the Raspberry Pi Zero W, a new variant of Raspberry Pi Zero with wireless LAN and Bluetooth, priced at only $10.

So what’s the story?

In November 2015, the diminutive $5 entry-level Raspberry Pi, the Raspberry Pi Zero, was launched. This represented a fivefold reduction in cost over the original Model A: it was cheap enough that one was even stuck on the front cover of The MagPi, risking civil insurrection in newsagents up and down the land.

Over the ensuing fifteen months, Zero grew a camera connector and found its way into everything from miniature arcade cabinets to electric skateboards. Many of these use cases need wireless connectivity.

homebrew "People in Space" indicator

The homebrew “People in Space” indicator in the lobby at Pi Towers is a typical example, with an official wireless dongle hanging off the single USB port: users often end up adding a USB hub to allow them to connect a keyboard, a mouse and a network adapter, and this hub can easily cost more than the Zero itself.

Zero W fixes this problem by integrating more functionality into the core product. It uses the same Cypress CYW43438 wireless chip as Raspberry Pi 3 Model B to provide 802.11n wireless LAN and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity.

Features:

  • 1GHz, single-core CPU
  • 512MB RAM
  • Mini-HDMI port
  • Micro-USB On-The-Go port
  • Micro-USB power
  • HAT-compatible 40-pin header
  • Composite video and reset headers
  • CSI camera connector
  • 802.11n wireless LAN
  • Bluetooth 4.0

The Zero W makes a better general-purpose computer because you’re less likely to need a hub: if you’re using Bluetooth peripherals you might well end up with nothing at all plugged into the USB port. And of course it’s a great platform for experimenting with IoT applications.

Official case

To accompany Raspberry Pi Zero W, we’ve been working with our friends at Kinneir Dufort and T-Zero to create an official injection-moulded case. This shares the same design language as the official case for the Raspberry Pi 3, and features three interchangeable lids:

  • A blank one
  • One with an aperture to let you access the GPIOs
  • One with an aperture and mounting point for a camera

The case set also includes a short camera adapter flexi, and a set of rubber feet to make sure your cased Zero or Zero W doesn’t slide off the desk.

Model A

Part Number : Model A

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Raspberry Pi Processor Broadcom System-On-Chip BCM2835

Compute Module Kit

Part Number : Compute Module Kit

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Compute Modules (CM) and Compute Module IO Boards (CMIO): In each kit you get a Compute Module, an IO Board, adaptors to convert the CMIO board camera and display interfaces to use the official Raspberry Pi Camera (and display when available later this year), 5V power supply and a micro USB cable for flashing the eMMC from a host PC.

Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Lite

Part Number : CM3L

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The Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Lite (CM3L) is a DDR2-SODIMM-mechanically-compatible System on Module (SoM) containing processor, memory and supporting power circuitry. The module allows a designer to leverage the Raspberry Pi hardware and software stack in their own custom systems and form factors. In addition the module has extra IO interfaces over and above what is available on the Raspberry Pi model A/B boards opening up more options for the designer.

The CM3L contains a BCM2837 processor (as used on the Raspberry Pi 3) and 1GB LPDDR2 RAM. The CM3L product is the same as CM3 except the eMMC Flash is not fitted, and the SD/eMMC interface pins are available for the user to connect their own SD/eMMC device.

Note that the BCM2837 processor is an evolution of the BCM2835 processor (as used on the original Raspberry Pi and Raspberry Pi B+ models, as well as the first iteration of the Compute Module). The only real differences are that the BCM2837 can address more RAM (up to 1GB) and the ARM CPU complex has been upgraded from a single core ARM11 in BCM2835 to a Quad core Cortex A53 with dedicated 512KB L2 cache in BCM2837. All IO interfaces and peripherals stay the same and hence the two chips are largely software and hardware compatible.

The pinout of the CM3L is identical to that of the original Compute Module (CM1). Apart from the CPU upgrade and increase in RAM the other significant hardware differences to be aware of are that CM3L has grown from 30mm to 31mm in height, the VBAT supply can now draw significantly more power under heavy CPU load, and the HDMI HPD N 1V8 (GPIO46 1V8 on CM1) and EMMC EN N 1V8 (GPIO47 1V8 on CM1) are now driven from an IO expander rather than the processor. If a designer of a CM1 product has a suitably specified VBAT, can accomodate the extra 1mm module height increase and has followed the design rules with respect to GPIO46 1V8 and GPIO47 1V8 then a CM3L should work fine in a board designed for a CM1.

EnOcean Pi

Part Number : EnOcean Pi

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EnOcean Pi connects energy harvesting wireless devices with the Raspberry Pi to help control networks and automation systems at home or in the workplace.

Model B

Part Number : Model B

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Raspberry Pi Processor Broadcom System-On-Chip BCM2835

RASPBERRY PI 3 Model B

Part Number : RASPBERRY PI 3 Model B

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The Raspberry Pi 3 is the third generation Raspberry Pi. It replaced the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B in February 2016. Raspberry Pi 3 featuring: SoC Broadcom BCM2837 64bit ARMv8 quad core Cortex A53 processor @ 1.2GHz with dual core VideoCore IV GPU @ 400 MHz supporting OpenGL ES 2.0, hardware-accelerated OpenVG, and 1080p30 H.264 high-profile decode. Capable of 1Gpixel/s, 1.5Gtexel/s or 24GFLOPs with texture filtering and DMA infrastructure ; System Memory 1GB LPDDR2; Storage micro SD slot; Video & Audio Output HDMI 1.4 and 4-pole stereo audio and composite video port; Connectivity 10/100M Ethernet, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n up to 150Mbps and Bluetooth 4.1 LE (BCM43438 module); USB 4x USB 2.0 host ports (with better power management, allowing higher power peripherals), 1x micro USB port for power; Expansion 40-pin GPIO header; MIPI DSI for Raspberry Pi touch; screen display; MIPI CSI for Raspberry Pi camera; Power Supply 5V up to 2.4A via micro USB port; Dimensions 85 x 56 x 17 mm

Zero Guide

Part Number : Zero Guide

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Introducing the Raspberry Pi Zero: Created by lady ada

Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit

Part Number : Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit

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To celebrate the ten millionth Raspberry Pi sold, the Raspberry Pi Foundation has put together their own idea of what the perfect bundle would look like, creating the official Raspberry Pi Starter Kit.

According to the Raspberry Pi Foundation this is "an unashamedly premium product: the latest Raspberry Pi, official accessories, the best USB peripherals we could find, and a copy of the highest-rated Raspberry Pi book."

The kit includes:

  • A Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
  • An 8GB NOOBS SD card
  • An official case
  • An official 2.5A multi-region power supply
  • An official 1m HDMI cable
  • An optical mouse and a keyboard with high-quality scissor-switch action
  • A copy of Adventures in Raspberry Pi Foundation Edition

PiGlow

Part Number : PiGlow

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Rainbow LED: 18 color, clip on card three lights of red, orange, yellow, green, blue and white

Model B+

Part Number : Model B+

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The Model B+ is the higher-spec variant of the Raspberry Pi. It replaced the original Model B in July 2014. Compared to the Model B it has: More GPIO. The GPIO header has grown to 40 pins, while retaining the same pinout for the first 26 pins as the Model B. More USB. We now have 4 USB 2.0 ports, compared to 2 on the Model B, and better hotplug and overcurrent behaviour. Micro SD. The old friction-fit SD card socket has been replaced with a much nicer push-push micro SD version. Lower power consumption. By replacing linear regulators with switching ones weve reduced power consumption by between 0.5W and 1W. Better audio. The audio circuit incorporates a dedicated low-noise power supply. Neater form factor. Weve aligned the USB connectors with the board edge, moved composite video onto the 3.5mm jack, and added four squarely-placed mounting holes.

Compute Module

Part Number : Compute Module

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The compute module contains the guts of a Raspberry Pi (the BCM2835 processor and 512Mbyte of RAM) as well as a 4Gbyte eMMC Flash device (which is the equivalent of the SD card in the Pi). This is all integrated on to a small 67.6x30mm board which fits into a standard DDR2 SODIMM connector (the same type of connector as used for laptop memory)

Zero BCM2835

Part Number : Zero BCM2835

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CPU: Broadcom BCM2835, which can run at up to 1GHz.RAM: 512MBPower: 5V, supplied via micro USB connector, drawing 160mA (even when connected to an HD display).Dimensions: 65mm x 30mm x 5mmVideo & Audio: 1080P HD video output. Audio output via mini-HDMI connector.Storage: MicroSD card.Operating System: Linux, installed via NOOBS.

Model A+

Part Number : Model A+

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The New Model A+ replaced the Model A in November 2014. The design is based around a Broadcom BCM2835 SoC, which includes an ARM1176JZF-S 700 MHz processor, VideoCore IV GPU, and 256 Megabytes of RAM. This revision A+ board features four mounting holes for easy installation, a built-in reset circuit, and can be powered via the USB data ports. The design does not include a built-in hard disk or solid-state drive, instead relying on an microSD card for booting and long-term storage. This board is intended to run Linux kernel based operating systems.

Compute Module IO Board

Part Number : Compute Module IO Board

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The Compute Module IO Board is a simple, open-source breakout board that you can plug a Compute Module into. It provides the necessary power to the module, and gives you the ability to program the modules Flash memory, access the processor interfaces in a slightly more friendly fashion (pin headers and flexi connectors, much like the Pi) and provides the necessary HDMI and USB connectors so that you have an entire system that can boot Raspbian (or the OS of your choice).

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